He then signed a record deal with his record company. (The Greatest Showman "From Now On" 20th Century FOX) In October 2018 Jordan appeared in the play American Son, on Broadway alongside Kerry Washington and Steven Pasquale, a role he and the others reprised in the play's 2019 Netflix film adaptation. Jeremy Jordan - actor, singer, songwriter. 10 March 20, 1993", "Top Singles - Volume 57, No. He has performed at 54 Below in New York City many times as both a soloist and with his Smash costars. Jeremy Jordan (born September 19, 1973) is an American singer and actor from Hammond, Indiana. [31] Jeremy Jordan is the voice of Varian in Disney's television series, Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure, which was released in 2017. [11] He debuted the role of Clyde when the show opened on Broadway on December 1, 2011. He is known for his role of 'Jamie' in the 2014 movie adaptation of the musical The Last Five Years. The album yielded the international hit singles, "The Right Kind of Love" (#5 Billboard Hot 100 Airplay, #14 Billboard Hot 100 Singles, #4 Billboard Top 40 Mainstream, #22 Billboard Rhythmic Top 40), produced and written by Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher & Robbie Nevil, and "Wannagirl" (#11 Billboard Top 40 Mainstream, #24 Billboard Rhythmic Top 40, #28 Billboard Hot 100). [24], Jordan made a 2008 television appearance, guest starring on NBC's Law & Order: SVU in the episode "Streetwise". [3] Jordan's debut album and "Wannagirl" had great success in USA charts.[4][5]. "The Right Kind of Love" music video was featured during the end credits of Beverly Hills, 90210 and was also on the television series' soundtrack. A remix album, Jeremy The Remix, was released to overseas markets in late 1993. [18][19] In December 2013, Jordan appeared in Hit List, a concert presentation of the fictional musical created for the second season of Smash. Edit Personal Details. Waitress; American Son Jeremy Michael Jordan was born and raised in Corpus Christi, Texas. The song and video are about homeless people. I Never Planned on You / Don't Come a-Knocking, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Let us know what you think of the Last.fm website. 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Theater Review: 'West Side Story' at the Hollywood Bowl", "Jeremy Jordan to Join Broadway's Waitress", "Choir Content: Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton to Make Joyful Noise", "Corey Cott Will Succeed Jeremy Jordan in Broadways 'Newsies'", "Jeremy Jordan and Anna Kendrick Will Explore The Last Five Years On Screen in Richard LaGravenese Adaptation", "Why Jeremy Jordan's Winn is the Heart & Soul of Supergirl! He graduated from Ithaca College, in Ithaca, New York, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in musical theatre. After a fight he was expelled from the house where he was living and ended up homeless,[1] living in the subway until he met his manager Peter Schivarelli. In 2009, Jordan released a new song entitled "Forgotten People." [9], Jordan was an alternate for the leading role of Tony in the 2009 Broadway revival of West Side Story. [1], In 1993, Jordan released Try My Love on Giant Records. [5] He was an excellent student,[4] graduating from Mary Carroll High School, where he was active in choir. Since 1994, Jordan has transitioned into acting and has appeared in a number of films including Never Been Kissed with Drew Barrymore, Falling Sky with Brittany Murphy, television films like Twisted Desire with Melissa Joan Hart as well as independent films Leaving Las Vegas with Nicolas Cage, Julian Po with Christian Slater, and Nowhere directed by Gregg Araki. 16 more photos, Javascript is required to view shouts on this page. at New York City Center from November 13 to 17, 2013, along with Norm Lewis and Bernadette Peters. [23] Published on December 19, 2017, Jeremy Jordan was on a YouTube video as a musical director as well as Michael Gracey of a 2017 behind the scenes "The Greatest Showman" standing side by actor Hugh Jackman. Scrobbling is when Last.fm tracks the music you listen to and automatically adds it to your music profile. [29] In 2015, Jordan was cast as Winslow "Winn" Schott Jr. on the CW series Supergirl. [17][18], He appeared in the Stephen Sondheim and Wynton Marsalis staged concert A Bed and A Chair for Encores! [1] When he was seventeen, before Thanksgiving 1991, he moved in Chicago to a friend's parents' house. [7] In 2008, he starred as Alex in The Little Dog Laughed at Hartford Theatreworks, for which he received a Connecticut Critics Circle nomination. 1993 Jeremy Jordan: Try My Love (Video short) Jeremy Jordan 1993 Jeremy Jordan: Wannagirl (Video short) Jeremy Jordan Show Soundtrack (6 credits) - - - - - Show Composer (1 credit) Show Self (2 credits) - Related Videos. [35] They have a daughter, Clara, born in 2019. Jordan's real name is Don Henson. Jeremy Michael Jordan (born November 20, 1984) is an American stage actor and singer. He has played the roles of Jack Kelly in the 2012 musical Newsies, Clyde Barrow in the 2011 musical Bonnie & Clyde, Dr. Pomatter in the musical Waitress, and Jamie Wellerstein in the 2014 film The Last Five Years. [6], Jordan sang as a teenager and began acting in high school. [4] His father is of English, Scottish, Welsh and German descent, while his mother is Jewish (her parents' families were Jewish emigrants from Russia, Poland, Latvia, and Lithuania). He is best known for the roles of Jack Kelly in the 2012, Jeremy Jordan may refer to Jeremy Jordan, the musical theater actor or Jeremy Jordan, the singer. Beginning in 2015, he has played Winslow "Winn" Schott, Jr., the son of DC Comics villain character Toyman, on the CBS/CW DC Comics-based superhero drama series Supergirl. [1] Once they got to the orphanage, he and his brothers and sisters were separated and every year there, from the third to eleventh grade, he had a different set of houseparents, some of them very violent. Latest News; Jeremy. Jeremy Jordan (born September 19, 1973) is an American singer and actor from Hammond, Indiana. He is be…. [21] Jordan was featured as Light Yagami in the 2014/2015 English concept album of Death Note: The Musical. Let us know what you think of the Last.fm website. He filmed episodes for Smash while performing in Newsies[27] until his final performance in the musical on September 4. Jordan was born on November 20, 1984[1][2][3] in Corpus Christi, Texas, where he was raised. The film was shot over three weeks in June 2013, and released in February 2015.